WGC-St Jude Invitational: Koepka, Thomas, Fowler and Mickelson are chasing Todd

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Todd already has victories in Mexico and Bermuda this season, although they took place in 2019 -12 B Todd (USA); -11 Byeong-hun An (Kor); -10 R Fowler (USA); -9 B Koepka (USA); -8 J Thomas (US) Selected others: -7 P Mickelson (US), M Fitzpatrick (Scary); -6 S Lowry (Ire), T Lewis (Eng); -5 D Johnson (USA); -2 G McDowell (NI); -1 B DeChambeau (USA); +2 T Fleetwood (Eng), R McIlroy (NI)

Brendon Todd takes a one-shot lead in the last round of the WGC – St Jude Invitational – but many star names chase the American.

Todd, who is looking for his third PGA Tour title this season, is 12th out of 69.

Byeong-hun An from South Korea is second after four birdies in its last six holes in a round of 66 in Memphis.

Rickie Fowler is one shot back while defending champion Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas and Phil Mickelson are all within five strokes of the lead.

Todd, who was led by two in the middle, opened with a birdie and made a bogey on the fifth for a birdie on the eighth thanks to a 22-foot leg.

But he struggled on the back nine with three bogeys and three birds and stands for one last day when many star names will try to track him down. after a 68 lie at nine below.

Fowler shot a 69, while Thomas and Mickelson 66s carded in what will be the last event for the first major of the year, the rescheduled American PGA Championship.

Matt Fitzpatrick from England is just behind Mickelson, five behind and Open champion Shane Lowry from Ireland is sixth below – just like the Englishman Tom Lewis after a blistering 61.

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